Liberty, Law and the Market Economy

EducationFree MarketsPolitical Theory

Blog1 hour ago
To regain the liberty that we have lost, we must reawaken an understanding of what liberty, the rule of law, and individual self-responsibility mean.

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Falling Prices Are a Good Thing

Money and BanksMoney and Banking

Blog4 hours ago
Entrepreneurs, in the pursuit of the price that will yield profits, will direct real funding towards the improvement of people’s lives and well-being.

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Deneen on Liberalism

Blog7 hours ago
Patrick Deneen, a political theorist at Notre Dame, has written an insightful account of how isolated individuals turn to the State. Unfortunately, his account of classical liberalism is open to objection.

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The Big Apple's Communist Past Stirs Nostalgia

SocialismU.S. History

Blog9 hours ago
Bill de Blasio and Bernie Sanders are not the only people who long for a truly socialist New York.

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The FBI's Attacks on MLK, Jr. Are Helpful Reminders for Today

U.S. History

Blog01/15/2018
One can only imagine how flimsy will be the limits imposed on the FBI and other agencies should the current attacks on the Fourth Amendment succeed.

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Let's Teach Communism

Legal SystemU.S. HistoryPhilosophy and Methodology

Blog01/15/2018
Frank Chodorov was doubtful that communist economics could stand up to any sort of serious analysis.

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Congress Plotting to Cut a Hole in the 4th Amendment, Again

Legal SystemU.S. History

If enacted, the new FISA rules would bring the country full circle back to the government’s use of general warrants to harass and prosecute.

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Frédéric Bastiat and the Hubble Telescope

Taxes and SpendingU.S. History

Blog01/15/2018
Bastiat would point out that all that tax money spent on space programs comes at a very real, unseen cost.

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